Australia will reopen its international borders in November for the first time since the Corona pandemic began

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Fully vaccinated citizens and residents will then be allowed to travel abroad again. Upon their return, they will have to spend seven days in domestic quarantine instead of 14 days in isolation at an expensive facility, as was previously the case. This was announced by Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Friday (Oct. 1). The reason for the relaxation, he said, is that a vaccination rate of more than 80 percent will then have been achieved in most regions of the country. For non-vaccinated people, the previous quarantine rules will apply. Within Australia, all travel restrictions are to be removed by Christmas, Morrison said. “It’s time to give Australians their lives back,” the conservative politician said. He said people had made “great sacrifices” but had also saved many lives as a result. Many Australians have been unable to travel home since the pandemic began because the cost of flights and quarantine has been extremely high and permits have been difficult to obtain. The government in Canberra is also working on the possibility of quarantine-free travel corridors with various countries, it added. Meanwhile, it is still unclear when tourists from around the world will be able to travel to the fifth continent again.

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